Near the gaboon river it is called wambee; and in Benguela, kissumba.
During that time he travelled all through the Ogowe and gaboon valleys.
His home is the forests of the gaboon, the coast of Angola, and Guinea.
On the sixteenth day after leaving Fernando Po they entered the gaboon.
I have seen a rather fox-like African jackal, from the gaboon, depress its ears when caressed.
In Africa the Fans of the gaboon employ the hide of the elephant for their large, rectangular shields.
While at anchor in the gaboon, an orang-outang was brought on board and remained three days.
He had left his things here in perfect faith, while he was travelling towards the gaboon, to complete his cargo.
The bid was accepted at once, and the day before Christmas fixed as the period of her delivery, after a trip to the gaboon.
He spent his youth in the French settlement at the gaboon, on the west coast of Africa, where his father was a merchant.